Political polarization is the norm nowadays.
The following are comments I made recently on the House floor on gray wolves.
Minnesota’s legislative session is winding down and at this writing, it figures to be a few days yet before the dust
Sooner or later newly elected Sen.
To the Editor:
Has there been a more difficult April to be in Ely?
On April 13, at a symposium titled Pagami Creek Fire: Lessons Learned, the Forest Service failed to acknowledg
Letter to the Editor:
We lost something this past week in Ely: Spring.
Are drag shows harmless?
We’re coming up on a dozen years since the Pagami Fire burned over 92,000 acres in the Boundary Waters Canoe Area.
Elsewhere in this week’s edition, you can read about one heck of a unique happening in Ely.
A pair of freshmen legislators from northeast Minnesota have found a way to bring home the bacon to their district.
What was once known as a nursery school will now by a childcare center.
Tiny Ely is once again on the statewide sports map, thanks to an extraordinarily talented and undeniably dedicated hi